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Marta Benet,

With more than thirty artists from various creative dimensions, Staiy Atelier opens the portal to its first-ever virtual exhibition on December 21st, 2020, hosted on ArtSteps. Combining creativity and ecology in a unique way, our last big event of the year seeks to spread our values ​​beyond the fashion industry.

Words By José M. Sainz-Maza

December, 9th 2020

Staiy Atelier is our space for culture and learning about sustainability at the hands of artists committed to our values. This creativity hub will be making its debut with a virtual gallery lasting six months. As previously reported in Staiy Edit, this initiative was born to raise awareness about the effects of climate change and bring the artistic production of creators who reflect these themes in their work closer to the general public. 

Our team has worked tirelessly over the last few months to establish a solid network of renowned specialists, non-profit organizations, and artists from around the world. Creating this global community makes it possible to organize activities whose central element is the connection between fashion and creativity in diverse areas. Our community is open, inclusive, and empowering, and it aims to consolidate itself as a relevant actor within the dynamic European culture scene where sustainability is concerned.

Dora Tomulic,

Silvia Noferi,

As the opening date approaches, our growing list of artists reaches its completion. Among them are painters, sculptors, photographers, videographers, and visual artists: Nissreen Najjar, Marta Benet, Martina Maccianti, Paola Marzano, Samuel Dougados, Adèle Tilouine, Margherita Potenza, Alessia Obinu, Daniela Piano, Silvia Noferi, Alessandro Federico Veca, Francesca Busca, Vanessa Rusci, Jelena Maden, Iris O, Lisa Borgiani, Lizzie Ana, Helga Cozzo, Betty Barlafante, Carolina Puppe, Dora Tomulic, Chris Avella Bagur, Federica Colletti, Florian Tripoteau, Ofobuike Okudoh, Stefano Cozzi, Stephanie Mackenzie, Martina Maccianti, Maxime Besnard, Ludovica Rebechi, Margherita Paoletti, Irene Puglisi, Giuseppe Camuncoli, and Iacopo Vigilante. 

With artworks reflecting a whole spectrum of climate and social conflicts, the multidisciplinary and eclectic nature of the exhibition will allow such issues to be explored through different approaches and be open to several interpretations. Whether you choose to take an individual visit or a guided Virtual Reality tour, going through this remarkable selection of works will invite you to reflect on our role in the climate crisis and the importance of collectively seeking solutions.

Ofobuike Okudoh,

Margherita Paoletti,

The sustainable art exhibition will start on December 21st and remain open on the ArtSteps web platform and app for six months, accessible to anyone around the globe.